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    And rain, so we rigged up our seeker hercules rods with Accurate 600N reels with 300yds of 65 spectra then tied 20 yards of 50 florocarbon as topshot, over kill for most kings but we are ready for that 100lber! He are some photos of the sebile knot for floro to spectra.
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    A bit lumpy out there today Jeff. Hopefully nice by Sunday or Monday, need to catch some kings!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel Roe View Post
    A bit lumpy out there today Jeff. Hopefully nice by Sunday or Monday, need to catch some kings!!!
    Ya first group targeting giant kings show up on May 5th! Glad we didnt have to go out today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel Roe View Post
    A bit lumpy out there today Jeff. Hopefully nice by Sunday or Monday, need to catch some kings!!!
    No kidding, I canceled my trip for Sunday. Sit at home next to the fire, build rods and watch the fights.
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    You guys strictly pulling herring this time of year? You guys sure have posted some nice kings in the past few weeks!!! Hope to get out and scratch one up myself this week. Any tips
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakbound View Post
    You guys strictly pulling herring this time of year? You guys sure have posted some nice kings in the past few weeks!!! Hope to get out and scratch one up myself this week. Any tips
    We been trolling herring, blks. We had some fish move thru weeks ago(feels like it) this last week we mixed it up with grandslam bucktail and some herring naked and with other types of holders, O fish for a long time.
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    Nothing smaller than Blues for me. Purples mostly, If I could find blacks I'd be fishing them.
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    Thanks guys, much appreciated!
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    Jeff, I have not even been out yet, getting 2 boats ready for summer is a lot of work but I think with the better weather this week I am not going to be able to stand it and will have to get out there and give it a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel Roe View Post
    Jeff, I have not even been out yet, getting 2 boats ready for summer is a lot of work but I think with the better weather this week I am not going to be able to stand it and will have to get out there and give it a shot.
    The weather is perfect, calm, sunny, and the boat is on a trailer getting fresh Unepoxy today! According to my log kings move in on the 3rd of May so we still have a couple days. Good luck out there.
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    That crap weahter we had was good fishing here, last 2 nights has been spotty, I thing that slug of fish we had moved elsewhere, still lots of bait tho
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    Abel, I hope they did not go too far, I want some of them big ones if you didn't catch them all.
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